curse by Kindama rishi in Mahabharat, there are only two characters – Pandu and Kindama Rishi. Pandu was the king of and later he became the father of , namely , , , Nakul and Sahadev. Kindama Rishi, in his short role in Mahabharat, can be known as a rishi, who was ashamed of making intercourse with human. Hence he assumed deer form to meet with a she deer.
Historcial timing of Pandu Curse by Kindama in Mahabharat
Historical timing of the story in Mahabharat is when Pandu married and . He then went to forest for hunting. As he went to the forest, he used sabda vedi baan on a deer. The sound that came from the deer was of a man. That astonished the king and he soon rushed to the point.
The 'Curse' to Pandu by Kindama in Mahabharat
Analysis of why Pandu curse was given by Kindama in Mahabharat
Conclusion to the Analysis
These rules are even followed by the wild beasts in the forest, till now. Basically, the fact is somewhat very much conceptual. During all the actions, stated above in Vedas, creatures are bound to stop at a place and they can do nothing to protect their life. If they are attacked by the hunter during that time, they have nothing to do, but to die. Moreover, all the four actions stated, are the basic needs of any biological creature. If they are hunted during that times even, then fear of death will stop their biological engagements too.
Pandu, the king, for this curse, sensed that fear very much in his heart and ultimately died of that fear only. He was cursed to sense that fear in his heart itself. He, at the end of his life, must have realized the truth. However, there is no declaration of such in mahabharat book.